5.23.2015

Call for Comments on Mt Tabor reservoir disconnection - due 5/28

In order to comply with federal and state mandates, and ensure a healthy, resilient, and secure water system, the Portland Water Bureau is moving forward with a project to disconnect the Mt. Tabor reservoirs from the distribution system.
 
City Council Hearing
The City Council hearing for Land Use Application LU 14-218444 HR EN Mt. Tabor Reservoirs Disconnection will be held on May 28, 2015 at 2 pm in City Council Chambers. See the Bureau of Development Services calendar on the Auditor’s Office website. At this time, City Council members will hear public testimony and possibly vote to tentatively approve or deny the application.
 
Hearing Process
The City Council will serve as a quasi-judicial review body, in accordance with Zoning Code under Chapter 33.730 - Quasi-Judicial Procedures. At the hearing, the City Council may adopt the review body's decision report, modify it, or reject it based on information presented at the hearing and in the record; or the Council may make a tentative action and direct that proposed findings and a decision be prepared.
 
Public Comments
The public is invited to comment. Comments for consideration by City Council at the upcoming appeal hearing can be e-mailed to Hillary.Adam@portlandoregon.govand CCTestimony@portlandoregon.gov faxed to 503-823-5630, or mailed to:
 
Hillary Adam
Land Use Services, Bureau of Development Services
RE: LU 14-249689
1900 SW Fourth Avenue, Suite 4500
Portland, OR 97201
 
Comments will also be taken as testimony at the hearing on May 28, 2015.
 
Brief History of this Land Use Review
The City of Portland's Land Use Review process, administered by the Bureau of Development Service (BDS), is designed to provide the public with appropriate notification, information, and opportunities to comment before final land use decisions are rendered.
 
The Portland Water Bureau applied for this land use review last fall, and completed the application on October 24, 2014. BDS then reviewed and determined the Land Use Review application was complete and scheduled the first of several hearings.

To learn more, go to http://www.portlandoregon.gov/water/64097 

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